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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1903.
Special .
Price Reductions
On a number of odd pieces of
the best quality of Furniture,
wiuich we find at tnig season
' nave accumulated and which
We are going to dispose of.
Lots of people have taken
advantage of the cut If. you
are in need of any furniture,
' the very piece you have been
in "want of is more, than liable
to be among the number. Bet-
-. - ter look into this.
J. fl. Burrall & Co,
60 BANK STREET.
DNDEHTAKING Night calls an
' severed by C. E. Seymour, 184
Mapie street, 'phone; D. M. Stew
fcrt, 101 Franklin street, fphone.
MOW
s The Time
to purchase a Piano. "We have all
grades and prices, and as always will
treat you right Favor us with a
call and be convinced.
rm xwQGs $ swTH co.
49 Center Street
Telephone 633-3.
Wheelock & Sterling
PIANOS.
Low price on these pianos which are
noted for their durability and sweet
tones, for one week only.
IL SOIIHERBEBQ PIAHO CO,
A W. SKINNER". M'rr
' 175 BANK STREET, WATERBDRY CT.
P, Pollak & Co,
Just received, a lot of .
old Violins, but good. .
ones. Look in the win
dow. We sell ttem 2$
per cent less for the next
. 10 days. .
I45 :; Bonk ; Street
J. H, MULVILLE
Undertaker, Funeral Director
and Embalmer.
Residence, 49 East Main St.
Store, St '.Patrick's' block,
1.10 Broadway. ,
Telephone at stoie and res
dence. We have just received a stock of
Fall Taper and of the latest patterns.
Orders promptly attended to. Paints,
Glass, Putty, Brushes, and also agent
for Pan-American White Lead. v .
O. A. Valentine's
Tel 117-6. 64 Grand st
ELECTRIC WIRING
And REPAIRING
We Carry the Largest Stock of
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
, Between New York and Bos-
J ton, s . ' "; " - "
New England Engineering Co.
1 343 WEST MAIN STREET.
MAKERS OP
Wire and JVletal Goods.
P. O. Freight and Express. Address
Oakvllle. Conn. Telegraph Addre-fa
(Waterbury, C-nn New York Oltlca
S Howard treu ;,
Ladles' Tailored Garments
It Is not necessary to go to New
York for the latest creations and new
est designs in tailored suits and riding
iabits. Order tailor-made suits of
F. BUCK, 270 HorCb Main St,
I am better prepared than ever to
please my large nnmber of customers.
New Bedford Escillops 40c Quart
Long Island Escallops 30c Quart
Large long Guilford Clams and a
large Variety of Fish.
FULTON FLSH MARKET-
262 Cherry street. 'Phone 213-4.
fPQR : RENTo; y';
Two Choke Rooms, 2nd floor, Tierney
Block Inquire at
Tiernej's Real Estate Office,
167 BANK.
- - " - - - -
As the Prices
on Monuments and all Cemetery work
are eare to advance about. March 1, it
will be well for you to place orders for
this kind of work with me now, and
be sure -of getting good work at rea
sonable prices. .
Mantels, Tiling,1 Building work.
Thos F. Jackson
312-313 BANK STREET,
t'ina location, for forty year 3,. -
WALL PAPER.
Evening democrat
ISSUED BY
THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY
C MiXONKY. JEiITOB
MEMBER Or ASSOCIATED PflC33.
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
OneYear.... ....$5.03 One Montn. ....43o
Delivered trv Carrisr.
ADVERTISING RATES.
From One Cent a Word to f J-OOanlaoH.
Beading Notices 15c to 25c a Ldns
FRIDAY, 'FEBRUARY 6, 1903.
The New; York detectives who un
dertook to find out how easy it is to
enter the houses of the wealthy in that
city ran great risks, but their object
was commendable. The yellow papers,
however, immediately saw an oppor
tunity for sensationalism and spoiled
the effect by publishing not only the
fact that the detectives had. made such
an ; experiment succesafnllyj but their
methods -and the location of the houses
upon "which they operated.
When the. agricultural appropriation
bill comes up for passage a point of
order "will be doubtless raised, says one
writer. Mr Quay will cite numerous
precedents for this action and if the
question is permitted to come to a
vote the statehood majority will decide
in his favor. The only remaining hope
erf the republicans in preventing the
passage of the statehood bill lies in
their ability to talk on the point of
order alluded to until the end of the
session." As his would defeat regular
appropriation bills it would necessitate
an extra session of congress. The re
publicans declare their intention, of tak
ing that step if they cannot otherwise
block the statehood campaign, but the
pro-statehood senators declare they are
bluffing and. a compromise Is in the
air. .
It looks as though the trolley com
pany intends not to settle the present
strike unless on terms dictated by the
company. The .last proposition made
toy them, from the strikers' stand
point, ig the worst yet. The men will
hardly vote to . accept, it.- and - another
conference will be needed. - This com
pany acts as if .lt intended to put its
heel down firmly on the necks of the
strikers. It is not willing to grant
anythingind will not even now take all
the men back on any terms,- This de
cision will not make ;the good feeling
that we have all been looking for, nor
will it terminate the strike. It is not
the stockholders of the company that
will suffer most, however, but the men
who live In Watembury and pay the
faxes, the same men who gave this big
corporation the rights it now enjoys.
"Sheriff, I , consider that you . have
been lying down on the state, v If I
had understood the situation Sunday
as I understand it to-day I should not
have called the troops out. It was
your place to call out a posse of men
and by doing that you could have ac
complished j ust as much! as by hav
ing state troops at your disposal, and
you would have saved the state con
siderable expense. ,It is not the time
now for offering rebuke, but I want
you to know that I believe you have
shirked your responsibilities and
made" a cafs-paw of the state."
The above is what the governor of
Connecticut said to the sheriff of New
Haven county. . No need of the sol
diers In Waterbury, said the governor,
and many people think; lit the governor
had stood "pat" on that point the state
would have been saved a big expense.
What's done can't . be undone, how
.ever, and the only , thing to do iiow is
to keep good order and have . every
body bring all the Influence they pos
sess to bear upon the1 strike situation
and get a'speedy settlement of it.
"And now the country Is Informed,"
says a staff writer on a New York
paper, "that our complaisant state de
partment has negotiated a treaty of
arbitration, by which American rights
to American territory shall be referred
to an international commission ; com
posed equally of representatives of the
two countries, who shall go, into the
whole question and decide whether
Canada is to stay on our soil with its
British flag and its Canadian custom
house, or shall get out, bag and bag
gage. , If Canada had claimed the site
occupied by the national capitol , we
might have referred the question to ar
bitration with equal propriety. In 1825
England, after prolonged negotiations
with Russia, obtained a treaty mark
ing the boundary between the two em
pires on the Pacific coast That coast
is lined with islands, which were in
use and possession by Russian fisher
men and hunters, and the czar's gov
ernment would agree to no arrange
ment which did not shut the British
out from the land which lay opposite'
those islands. The English had pro
posed one line after another, by which
they would have had access to the sea
in which those islands lay; but the Rus
sian obstinacy was too much for them
and they finally agreed to terms which
gave that coast to Russia. :i It was
agreed that the line should run along
the summits of the mountain line
which geographers and travelers had
marked on their maps, and that where
this ran farther inland -than thirty
miles the line shouM.be conformed to
the windings or sinuosities of the
coast, and not run more than thirty
miles from the sea. The evident pur
pose was to shut England out of the
bays and Indentations of the coas, and
nobody then or since put any other
sense on the words until this demand
wag sprung upon us in August of 1898.
For seventy-three years that has been
the oniy accepted meaning of -x the
treaty of 1825, and to the rights thus
admitted as Russian we succeeded in
1867 by the concession of Alaska."
HEARD IN PASSING
Germany has sent us a large propor
tion of her middle and lower class pop
ulation, and. we have promptly con
verted them into high class Americans.
Now she is sending us quite a number
of her higher omcials and nobles.
A Montana man wants to build a
hotel in Washington, the facade of
which shall be waved and made of col
ored bricks to imitate the American
flag. The interior furnishings are also
to be in red, white and blue; and there
are to be lobbies and lounging places
for vtesmen and others to discourse
between drinks. A grand Idea!
Lebanon, Pa, is undoubtedly des
tined to lead the rest of the world In
fashions for men: , At a recent wed
ding in that town (the groom wore a
pure white broadcloth suit; with large
buttons studded with opals. And why
not? What could be more appropriate
to the manly innocence of the gentle
groom than a white broadcloth suit
studded with opals, which latter, we
suppose, was used to supply the "dash
of lavender."
i
Soft Coal Miners Offered a. Raise.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. 6. The
soft coal miners of Indiana, Illinois,
Ohio and western Pennsylvania have
been offered an advance in wages for
the ensuing year by the operators that
for the most part will be 12 per cent
As a settlement of the wage scale In
this district la the basis on which all
the other districts make a settlement,
the proposition can be said to be to
the soft coal - miners of the country.
The offer has not yet been, accepted
as the miners are holding to a' flat dif
ferential between pick and .tmachine
mined coal and are demanding that the
price of machine mined coal be ad
vanced the same , number of cents as
the operators " offer on pick mined
coal. - ., ... -
Fatnl Explosion of Cartridges.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 6. Peter
McCallaghan, an employee of the Unit
ed States arsenal at Frankford, a sub
urb, was blown to atoms and Joseph
Hunter, another employee, was severe
ly injured by the explosion of detonat
ing cartridges. Ida Hall, a young wo
man, was cut by flying glass while
seated in her home. More than 100
panes of glass were shattered by the
explosion. : McCallaghan was . convey
ing the cartridges from the arsenal to
the railroad station in a wagon, and
the. man. horse and wagon were torn
to fragments. The arsenal was not
damaged.
C Ex-Senator Dawes Dead. -. -
PITTSFIELD, Mass., Jan. 6. The
death has occurred here of Hon. Henry
L. Dawes, 1 for many years United
States : senator from ". Massachusetts.
He was eighty-six years of age. While
Mr. Dawes was active in many direc
tions during his term in congress, he
gained his most enduring reputation
for' his work in behalf of the Indians.
The entire system of Indian education
due to. legislation was created by Mr.
Dawes. Among the important bills
of his authorship passed were the
severalty bill, - the Sioux r bill and the
bill making Indians subject to and pro
tected by our criminal laws. .
Forty New Fever Cases.
ITHACA, N. Y., Feb. 6-Forty new
cases of typhoid fever and one death
were reported to the city health au
thorities yesterday. The total number
of cases is now 340. Dr. C. F.' Curtis
of the state board of health is here in
vestigating the situation. He ' agrees
with the city authorities that the cause
of the epidemic is the city water sup
ply. Water for drinking purposes at
present is being brought to Ithaca from
wells In surrounding tow" ns. Many of
the fever patients are students at Cor
nell university.
I
W.' fi Li..
The Kind Ton Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
and
xr7ytjAs- sonal supervision since its infancy,
y, '-octuv Allow no one to deceive you in this. ,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-grood' are but
Experiments that trifle "with and endanger the health of
.Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
hat is
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic,
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
iind Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving Iiealthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
CESuifiiE CASTORS A ALWAYS
Bears the
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THt CENTAUR COMPANY, TT
NEGOTIATIONS OFF.
will - -"--
Representatives of Allies Re
ject Bowen's Offices.
DESIRE THE PRESIDENT TO ACT.
II He Declines to Arbitrate, the Ven
ezuelan Question1 Will Go t
, Tlie Hasrne Tribunal For
Settlement, v
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. Irritated
by the note of Minister Bowen, Vene
zuela's representative, addressed to
the British ambassador on Monday
last refusing tok accept the allies' pro
posal for a scheme of preferential pay
ments by which Great Britain, Ger
many and Italy were to receive 20 per
cent and the remaining eight creditor
nations 10 per cent of the customs re
ceipts of La Guayra and Porto Cabello,
the allied powers have instructed their
representatives here to submit the
question of preferential treatment for
settlement to President Roosevelt and
in the event that he declines to act as
arbiter to - take this and possibly the
entire Venezuelan controversy to The
Hague for settlement, thereby break
ing off negotiations with Mr. Bowen.
Announcement of the decision of the
allies to abandon further negotiations
with Mr. Bowen has not been received
with surprise by the few officials of
the Washington government who have
been advised of it ' "The Hague tribu
nal," said an official of the administra
tion, "has all along been kept in eight
as a port of safety in case the negotia
tions here were not productive of a
final settlement, and as for the sug
gestion that the president act as ar
biter that has been a favorite idea of
the allies since the beginning of the
trouble."
Whether President Roosevelt will ac
cept this invitation of the allies Is not
known. An official of the administra
tion expressed his surprise that the al
lies would be willing to submit this
question to the president in view of the
fact that their representatives within
the last few days have informed them
by cable that the president views with
disfavor ! the contention of the allies
for preferential treatment.
There is the best authority for the
statement that neither Great Britain
nor Germany Is' desirous of submitting
Its case to The Hague. t V
The instructions received by the Brit
ish ambassador are not quite clear as
to the alternative to be pursued in the
event that the president declines to act
as arbiter of , the question of priority
payments. It is not known whether the
protocol which will then be drawn up
with Mr. Bowen will provide for a ref
erence of the entire case to The Hague
or -whether the allies are willing to
stick by what they have secured here
and will consent to have The Hague ar
bitrate the one question of preferential
treatment. The drafting of a protocol
bill, it is expected, will occupy some
time, but it is the understanding that
upon the' submission of. the matter
either to the president or The Hague
the blockade is to be raised at once.
TO ABOLISH STATE TAX.
Governor Odell Oonferi With Lead
er Regarding His Plan.
ALBANY, N. Y., Feb. 6. Governor
Odell has held a conference with Lieu
tenant Governor Higgins Senator
Raines Republican leader in the sen
ate; Speaker Nixon and Senator Malby
to discuss pending and proposed legis
lation stnd ; to outline a plan whereby
the governor may .be. able to keep his
pledge to abolish all direct taxation for
state purposes. - -. ' :
The governor Is desirous that the
legislature fhall adopt hi3 recommen
dations on taxation and has practically
stated that it will be Impossible tor
him to dispose1 of. appropriation bills
untU he can ascertain what revenues
the state will have during the next
fiscal year. It is probable that the tax
bill to carry out the governor's rec
ommendations, which as yet have not
been introduced in the legislature, were
discussed. The governor said that he
desired the legislature to pass a canal
bill and to provide for the abolition
of direct state taxes
rnftl)AftMttiiriSi'fi,ii-;iiWimitfiit
Bought, and which has been,
has borne the sijpiatnre : of
has beeninade under his per-
Signature of
MURRAY STMEET. NEW YORK CITY.
Jn.n'Hn',nr -"TT-f -f tt T' -
Brazil to Occupy Acre, j
RIO JANEIRO, Feb. 6. The Brazil
Ian government has decided on the mil
itary occupation of Acre. Diplomatic
relations with Bolivia, however, are
not Interrupted. Brazil has decided to
act In the Acre question because Presi
dent Pando of Bolivia proposes to con
tinue negotiations while at the same
time marching upon Acre. The Bra
zilian government has ordered General
Callabo. with the troops stationed In
the northern . region, to start immedi
ately for Acre.
Birds Tlitclc In the "North Woods."
PORT HENRY, N. Y., Feb. 6. From
every section of the Adirondacks come
reports of large numbers of 'summer
birds and large flocks of robins being
seen dily at several different places.
Old woodsmen say that they , never be
fore saw these birds so numerous at
this season of the year. '
TO CURB A COID IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money If it fails
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is
on each box. 25c -
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IS
Directory of
RELIABLE SPECIALISTS
3
li
IN WATERBURY
..iill!FMI!lMira!SiiHBn!DiranQ!a!li:!ll
ARCHITECTS
E. BENEDICT,
Room 36, 51 Leavenworth St.
FPvENEY & JACKSON, Room 30, 51
Leavenworth st. From 43 E. Main st
LEONARD ASIIEIM,
Room 25, Lewis building. Bank sL
ELECTEICIANS
GEORGE Id, CHAPMAN & CO,
43 East Main Bt.
DOCTORS
EL. J. DIC VEU, M. D.
148 North Main Bt
DR R. O. JONES,
: Veterinary Surgeon,
sSetf . rps. 25 Johnson. Tel
TEACHERS OF IffUSIC
CLARA BKZEZINSKI,
Citizens' Bank building.
"7 DENTISTS
J. W. MAHONY,
43 East Main street ,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
J. H. GRAY & CO.
235 North Mala street
Funeral Undertakers. Telephone day
- - or night. .
SIGN ARTISTS
EL' OCKELS,
11 Spring fit -Up-to-date
sign work. V
LADIES TAILORS
FRANK DE FEO, formerly with Reid
& Hughes, 70 Bank et Telephone.
CUSTOM TAILOR '
JAMES H. CLINE, Prichard building,
. corner- Bank and Grand sts.
T0NS0RIAL ARTISTS
GEORGE KLEEBER, 151 Bank fit
Over Jones, Morgan & Co.
' BIRDS
Singing Birds and Goldfish at F, GRA
BER'S Bird Store, 164 S. Main fit
! CARRIAGE MAKERS
MANN & DERRY, , s
Horseshoers, 7 ' ! 16 Brown st
BRIC-A-BRAC AND FURNITURE
JOHN L.
287 Bank st
CASH BUYERS
WILLIAM POSSNEli,
303 Bank st
Highest prices paid for Cast-off Cloth
ing. , Send postal; will calL ...
HALF PRICE TAILOR
JOHN MOSEL,
. , 24 Abbott ave.
Repairing, cleaning and pressing la
dies' and gents' garments.
RESTAURANTS
CALLENDAK BROS,: .-;
138 South Main street
HORSESHOERS
W. M. DOYLE,
25 Jefferson street
" BRASS BAND
Waterbury Italian Band. Music for all
occasions. Frank DeFeo. Mgr. Tel- .
PATENTS.
Patents, Caveats and Preliminary Exam
inations, etc JAMES A PEASLEY, 51
Leavenworth street.
" RIDYARD, TINNING,
Plumbing and Ventilating. - My Cy
clone Ventilator and Chimney Cap has
no equal. Prompt attention to repairs
at 90 EAST MAIN. Send postal.
The Canton Restaurant
1 217 South Main Street.
Chinese and American Cooking
AMERICAN MENU
Porterhouse Steak 40
Porterhouse Steak with mush
rooms ... .i'T. ............ .50
Sirloin Steak .30
Spring Chicken, fried half .50
Spring Chicken, fried whole 90
Oysters fried, Vz dozen . ... .25
Oysters fried, 1 dozen ........... .40
Oyster Stew, dozen .25
Oyster Stew, 1 dozen .40
Buckwheat Cakes with Tea or
Coffee - .15
Meals with Tea or Coffee ........ .23
CHINESE MENU
Chop Suey .25
Chicken Chop Suey , 35
Yoko Main 15
Yoko Main with Boneless Chicken. .25
Chow Main .76
Lycbee Chicken .70
Mushroom Chop Suey .35
Foo Yung Dong . . . . . .25
Edible Bird's Nest Soup ..,..,..$1.50
N. B. All dishes cooked to order and
special Chinese Teas served-
YOU MAY THINK (
We Are Simply Talking, but There is
More Truth Than Poetry in
What We Say,
We not only talk Shoes; but we are ready to back
up our statements with facts .
When we say the "Fitzu" shoe is a good shoe;
we know what we are talking about. We have sold
it for years and never found it wanting. ' . ,
And now, when we come out again and say the
"Uncle Sam" Shoe is the best shoe for the money, the
thousands of pairs we have sold is proof - of our ve
racity. ' '
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rivoo
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114 south
iMMiriMnaiifmniii ,
Or. Lorenz Method Here.
We operate by strength and use our
fingers.
Broken bones and ribs set without
pain or use of chloroform. No incura
bles sent out Consultation free.
Doctor's hours from 8 to 12 p. m.
A NOVEL EXHIBIT
The Waterbury ; Umbrella, Trunk
Manufactory will show the public of
Waterbury how the wonderful twenti
eth century Rain Protector is made, all
by hand, at the City hall, commencing
February 2, for the entire week. S.
M. Friedman, , an expert , umbrella
maker, with a. few other past masters
in the art of umbrella and trunk mak
Ing, -will be there the whole week even
ings, and will make and repair umbrel
las while you wait, to 'prove that we
make all our own umbrellas by hand;
strongest and best for the money.
If you have an old crippled umbrella
friend on the retired list Just bring, it
to the . .
Waterbury Umbrella . Hospital,
179 Bank, Corner Grand.
and will make as good as new. Inci
dentally we have a ,;SAIE of TJM
BREL.LAS, TRUNKS, BAGS, on AC
COUNT OF OUR REMOVAL, and
will sell at less than cost.
., 179 BANK, COR 'GRAND.
Waterbury Umbrella and Trunk MTr.
THE LINEN AAN
knows more about linen than we
could learn In many years, but there Is
nobody on earth that can teach ua any
thing about the care of linen, and how
to best preserve its wearing qualities.
We stake our reputation upon a single
trial of our laundry work.
Home Steam Laundry
A. J. COONEY, Prop'r,
277 BANK STREET.
PENMANSHIP IWhouIy.
Teaches every pupil to write a One
rapid, business hand, in a courso of 10
private lesions and no failures. All
kinds of pen work executed in tu
tigbess degree of art. . ,
167' BANK STREET.
A Christmas
A delightful holiday draught
Tiia Hellmann Brewing Go's
Special Dark Mu n c h n er
Beer will be on tap during the
holidays in all the principal
cafes of the city,
Put up in handsome pack
ages for home consumption
Telephone 3 10.
People's Market
21 Phoenix Avenue.
S, BOHL, Proprietor,
Philadelphia' Milk Fed Roasting
Chi.'.kens, ,
Capons, 1 Bro.'lers, Squabs,
Ducks, Turkeys, - Fowl,
Newport and Deerfoot Farm Sau
sage, . ,
Head Lettuce, Celery; Parsley,
Cress, ' . Spinach,
White Onions, . Parsnips,
Turnips, Green Beans,
Bermuda Potatoes, ' 1 Fresh Eggs,
Brew
Go.
mm STREET.
"Ting-a-Ling!
Umbrellas to Mend."
That is lwhat you had: to
wait for, but the itinerant urn.
brella mender is no longer in- '
dispensable. ' : f
, The Up-to-Date Umbrella"
Manufacturing company does
all the work "while you wait"
if necessary. All work and
material guaranteed. ' ; ,
Don't forget that, we do all
kinds of job work and make,
a specialty of safe work.. . 1
39 Phoenix Avenue,
Opposite Armory.
ARTHUR G. AII6ER -
Undertaker Embalmer and Fu
neral Director,
S74 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Waterbury, C9nn. ,
Residence and Night Call, SO Weal
Clay street. 1 ..
Telephone 221-J, .
WATERBURY FIRE ALARM
4 Cor soutii Mam ana U rand sta.
6 ScoTill Mannfaeturing Co. (F).
: G Cor Bridge and Magill sts. ;
7 Exchange Place.
12 Rogera & Bro, P).!, , . 1
13 Cor East Mailt aad Niagara at
14 Cor East Main and Wolcott ata.
15-Cor High and Walnut sts. .
16 Cor East Main and Cherry t
17r-Cor East Main and Cole sts.
21 Cor North Elm and Kingsbury sts.
113 Burton street engine house.
24 Waterbury Manufacturing Co. (lU
25 Cor North Main aud North sts. ;
26 Cor Buckingham and Cooke sts.
27 Cor Grove and Prospect sts.
28 Cor Hillside avenue and Plue fib
29 Cor Ludlow and N. Willow sts.
31 Cor Bank and Grand sta.
i2 Cor Riverside and Bank sts.
34 Cor West Main and Watertown rd
85 Conn It. & X. Co car house. (P).
36 Waterbury Brass Co (P). .
. 37 Cor Cedar and Meadow sta
88 Cor Grand and Field sts.
42 Cor South Main and Clay ata.
43 New England Watch Co. (P).
45 Benedict & Burnuam Mfjr Co. (P
46 Waterbury Buckle Co. (P).
47 Cor S. Main ana Washington sts
01 Cor Baldwin and River sts.
B2 Cor Franklin and Union sts.
63 Wat'b'y Clock Co case fact'y. (T
54Cor Clay and Mill sts.
56 Cor Liberty and R'rer sts.
57 No 5 hose house.
58 Cor Baldwin and Stone sts. '
62 Cor Doolittle alleyand Dublin a&
72 Cor West Main and Willow sta.
73 North Wlllowst.
74 Cor Johnson and Waterville sts.
142 Wolcott st, beyond Howard.
162 Cor East Main and Welto stav
212 The Piatt Bros & Co. (P).
213 Shoe Hardware Co. (P),
214 Waf'b,y Clock Co mvt fact y. (py
216 Cor Sorth Main ani Grove sts.
251 Cor Round. Hill and Ward sts.
201-Juuction Cooke and N. Main sts.
272 Grove, bet. Central A Holmes avs,
8113. N. E. Teephone Co bd'g. (Pj.
312 Cor Bank and Meadow sts.
313 Randolph & Clowes (P). '
314 PlUDle & Atwood. (P)
315 Amerifan Ring Co. (P).
316 Conn R. & L. power house. (PV
338 Holmes, Booth & Haydens. (Pj.
821 No 4 hose house
323 Cor Wash'g'n ave and Torter st.
324 Cor Charles and Porter sts.
325 Cor Simons st and Wash'g'n avew
371 City Lumber and Coal Co. (P).
412 Tracy Bros. (PV .
432 Cor Liberty and South Main stsv
451 Steele & .Tohnson Mfg Co. (P).-582-Cor
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